Advanced | Flow of the Week: Get an email with the members of your Office 365 groups

In this Flow of the Week, learn about how to work with Office 365 Groups and Office 365 Users. This flow will get all of the members of an Office 365 Group you own and send you an email report with those members (with details about each member). It will demonstrate a few advanced concepts like appending to variables , building an HTML email and using nested Apply to each.

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Microsoft Flow Spring 2018 Update

Today we are announcing a new type of flow: a Business process flow. These flows, based on the Common Data Service for Apps, define a set of steps for people to follow to take them to a desired outcome. We also have a number of new integrations coming, including a Flow add-in for Excel. With this new add-in, you can create or trigger automation on an Excel table with the Flow button the Data tab in the ribbon. Finally, we have several new features coming to help you repair flows and build flow solutions that support full application lifecycle management.

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Browse the history of your approvals and other updates

So far this month, we have released several new capabilities in Microsoft Flow. First, you can browse your Approval history -- see all the approval requests you've sent out, including the responses, the comments that were sent, and the exact time they happened. Next, we added four new connectors: Excel Online (Business), Excel Online (OneDrive), Azure SQL Data Warehouse, and Pitney Bowes Tax Calculator. We have new tooltips inside the flow designer, so you can more easily tell different dynamic content apart inside of actions, and preview expressions without opening the full expression editor. We also have new capabilities to control concurrency and retry policies. Finally, we have released new documentation on our conformance to accessibility standards.

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Beginner | Flow of the Week: How to Trigger Approvals When Creating a New SharePoint Item

Behind every flashy company event, there is a plethora of cool swag that gets handed out as prizes or to get people pumped up about the product. Behind every swag piece that is handed out, there is a team admin who is the gatekeeper of counting, tracking, organizing and making sure there is enough swag across all the team's needs and events. In this digital era, it can be challenging to keep track of physical inventory, especially when you don't have time to constantly monitor folks in person. For all the admins responsible for managing their team’s swag inventory – this week’s beginner FOTW is for you! In this beginner FOTW, we focus on how to use triggers like "Create new item" in SharePoint lists to trigger a swag order approval request that is sent to your admin to help them efficiently track what swag inventory is needed for specific events.

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